Organized around a simple metaphor of a dipper and a bucket - already familiar to thousands of people - How Full Is Your Bucket? shows how even the smallest interactions we have with others every day profoundly affect our relationships, productivity, health and longevity. Coauthor Donald O. Clifton studied the effects of positive and negative emotions for half a century, and he and his colleagues interviewed millions of people around the world. Their discoveries contributed to the emergence of an entirely new field: Positive Psychology. These same discoveries are at the heart of How Full Is Your Bucket?
Clifton, who also coauthored the bestseller Now, Discover Your Strengths, penned How Full Is Your Bucket? with grandson Tom Rath. Written in an engaging, conversational style, their book includes colorful stories and five strategies for increasing positive emotions, and it features an online test that measures listeners' Positive Impact.
How Full Is Your Bucket? is a quick, breezy listen. It will immediately help listeners boost the amount of positive emotions in their lives and in the lives of everyone around them. The book is sure to inspire lasting changes in all who hear it, and it has all the makings of a timeless classic.
Included in this edition is a bonus section - "Instructional Guide for Educators" - an additional 64 minutes with ideas for classroom "bucket filling" activities for teachers to use with their students.
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